Listen to the Sounds of Stonehenge

    Press/Media: Research

    Description

    A newly launched app from Dr Rupert Till and a team of technicians at the University of Huddersfield, will turn smartphones, tablets and computers into time travel devices, enabling users to see and to hear ancient and mysterious sites such as Stonehenge as they were in the distant past, before they fell into ruin.

    Dr Till has a global reputation for “sound archaeology”, including investigations into the acoustics of ancient spaces, and for recreating the music and instruments of early civilisations. 

    Period13 Apr 2017

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    • TitleListen to the sounds of Stonehenge
      Degree of recognitionInternational
      Media name/outletAbout Manchester
      Media typeWeb
      CountryUnited Kingdom
      Date13/04/17
      DescriptionA newly launched app from a researcher and a team of technicians at the University of Huddersfield, will turn smartphones, tablets and computers into time travel devices, enabling users to see and to hear ancient and mysterious sites such as Stonehenge as they were in the distant past, before they fell into ruin.
      URLaboutmanchester.co.uk/listen-to-the-sounds-of-stonehenge/
      PersonsRupert Till